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									             Over 100 family fun things to do …

             Metro Ottawa

             Ottawa Tourist Information
             NCC 613-239-5000 or 1-800-363-4465
             www.ottawatourism.ca

             Ottawa Attractions

             Aboriginal Experiences:
             1-877-811-3233 or 613-564-9494
             www.aboriginalexperiences.com
             Share a journey through Canada’s history with unique, interactive experiences of First
             Nations culture and history, in this outdoor village in the heart of Ottawa. Turtle Island
             Tourism Company, Victoria Island, Ottawa.

             Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo
             613-822-8924
             www.raysreptiles.com
             Little Ray’s offers a zoological experience like no other. Feeding demonstrations, bird of
             prey shows, and hands-on presentations where you can touch and hold animals from
             around the globe. Come and experience the adventure today. Ottawa. Hours: Victoria
             Day to Labour Day daily 10-5 pm, 5305 Bank St.

             Midway Family Fun Park
             613-526-0343
             www.midwayfunpark.com
             Mini-golf, bumper cars, jungle gym, giant slides, go-kart track, plus a restaurant.
             2370 Lancaster Rd. at St. Laurent Blvd.

             Parliament Hill – Changing of the Guard
             Info: 613-239-5000
             www.canadascapital.gc.ca
             A Canadian tradition at its most colourful! The Ceremonial Guard of the Canadian
             Forces brings stirring military drill and music to Parliament Hill. Presented at 10:00 am
             daily on the lawn of Parliament Hill, weather permitting. Meet a Mountie – a scarlet-clad
             RCMP officer is present daily on the Hill to answer your questions.

             Parliament Hill – Sound & Light Show
             Info: 1-800-465-1867
             www.canadascapital.gc.ca
             Canada: the Spirit of a Country uses fantastic lighting gigantic images and a rich tapestry
             of words, music and sound to tell the story of our nation. Free shows nightly at 9 pm and
             10 pm from July 5 to Sept. 7, 2008




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             Royal Canadian Mounted Police Stable
             RCMP Musical Ride Info: (613) 998-8199.
             www.rcmp.ca
             Home of the Musical Ride, the RCMP stables in Rockcliffe are open all year round with
             guided tours available.
             North of St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa

             Wild Bird Care Centre
             613-828-2849
             www.wildbirdcarecentre.org
             Dedicated to the Care, Rehabilitation and Release of injured / orphaned Wild Birds.
             734 Moodie Dr., Nepean

             Ottawa Museums & Galleries

             Bytown Museum
             613-234-4570
             www.bytownmuseum.com
             Housed in Ottawa’s oldest stone building, the Bytown Museum traces the history of
             Ottawa’s early years – from the construction of the Rideau Canal 175 years ago to the
             city’s emergence as the nation’s capital. Located at 1 Canal Lane.

             Canadian Agriculture Museum
             1-866-442-4416
             www.agriculture.technomuses.ca
             The Canada Agriculture Museum is a unique combination demonstration farm and
             museum where visitors can see many different types of farm animals, learn about
             tractors, and enjoy the daily demonstrations. The Canada Agriculture Museum is open
             daily from 9-5. Prince of Wales Drive on the Central Experimental Farm. Free parking.

             Canada Aviation Museum
             613-993-2010
             www.aviation.technomuses.ca
             Let your imagination soar! Explore a true Canadian story at the best aviation museum in
             Canada. Enjoy interactive exhibits and multimedia displays. The Aviation Museum is at
             Aviation and Rockcliffe Parkways. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.

             Canada Science and Technology Museum
             613-991-3044
             www.sciencetech.technomuses.ca
             Canada’s largest science and technology museum is a great hands-on experience for
             visitors of all ages. Discover some of the most important scientific objects in Canada.
             Climb aboard real trains, try your hand at fascinating experiments, and see for yourself
             how science and technology affect our everyday lives. 1867 St. Laurent Blvd.

             Canadian Museum of Nature




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             613-566-4700
             www.nature.ca
             Enjoy ongoing exhibitions and activities for nature lovers of all ages with hands-on
             exploration. Several wonderful new galleries are now open; more renovations are
             continuing. The museum is located at 240 McLeod St. Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm,
             Wednesdays and Thursdays to 8 pm.

             Canadian War Museum
             1-800-555-5621
             www.warmuseum.ca
             1 Vimy Place, Ottawa. The Canadian War Museum takes you on an exciting journey
             through the personal, national and international dimensions of Canada’s military history.
             Thousands of artifacts are featured, ranging from medals to an impressive Voodoo jet
             fighter.

             Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada
             613-782-7933
             www.bankofcanada.ca/currencymuseum, www.banqueducanada.ca/museedelamonnaie
             The Museum houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of Canadian notes, coins
             and tokens, as well as currency from around the globe. Fascinating displays of mediums
             of exchange include shells, tea bricks, cacao beans, and a three ton Yap stone. 234
             Wellington Street. Open Monday to Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday from
             1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. FREE ADMISSION

             Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum
             613-839-0007
             www.diefenbunker.ca
             One of the most unique museums in Ottawa, this 100,000 sq. ft. bunker exhibits include
             the Bank of Canada vault, the emergency government situation room, and an authentic
             CBC radio studio. At 3911 Carp Rd. Open daily.

             National Gallery of Canada
             613-990-1985
             http://national.gallery.ca
             Travel through 56 luminous Renoir landscapes, learn more with our adults’ or childrens’
             audioguides, then make your own Impressionist painting at the Artissimo Kiosk all
             summer long! 380 Sussex Drive


             Lower Ottawa Valley

             Ottawa Valley Tourist Information
             613-732-4364
             www.ottawavalley.org

             Happy Trails Riding Stables & Petting Farm




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             613-822-1482
             www.happy-trails.ca
             Horseback riding, picnic facilities, and farm animals.
             5979 Leitrim Rd., Carlsbad Springs

             McMaze
             613-932-7630
             www.mcmaze.ca
             Corn field labyrinths, haunted bush walks.
             St. Andrews

             Papanack Zoo
             613-673-PARK
             www.papanack.com
             Come and see what’s new and waiting to meet you when you visit Papanack Park Zoo
             this summer. A short drive east of Orleans to Wendover on Highway 174 will take you
             to a world of wildlife filled with all kinds of exotic animals and birds. Relax for a couple
             of hours or stay for the day, there’s something for everyone at Papanack Park Zoo. You
             can feed the barnyard animals or watch and learn as the Keepers feed the animals.
             However you decide to spend the day, it’s always an ‘educational adventure’ at Ottawa’s
             local zoo – just 35 minutes east of downtown Ottawa to Wendover.

             Prehistoric World
             613-543-2503
             Full-sized reproductions of prehistoric animals displayed in a realistic setting.
             2 km west of Upper Canada Village, Morrisburg


             Grenville

             Reptile Rainforest (The)
             613-258-3529
             www.thereptilerainforest.com
             Commercial reptile breeding, education demonstrations, special events.
             Kemptville

             Upper Ottawa Valley

             Bonnechere Caves
             613-628-CAVE
             www.bonnecherecaves.com
             Investigate these entrancing caves formed millions of years ago.
             Eganville

             Enchanted Gardens
             613-646-2994




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             www.enchantedgardens.on.ca
             A magical variety of themed gardens for all ages.
             Renfrew

             Mill of Kintail Conservation Area
             613-256-3610
             www.millofkintail.com
             Nature trails, museum, and educational programs
             R.R. 1, Almonte

             Pinto Valley Ranch
             613-623-3439
             www.pintovalley.com
             Horseback riding, ponies and petting zoo, birthday party specials.
             1969 Galetta Rd., Fitzroy Harbour

             Top of the Mountain ATV Tours
             613-757-0288
             www.topofthemountaintours.com
             “Fun on 4 wheels for all ages!” Our adventure guarantees beautiful scenery, great fun,
             and lasting memories. All levels of experience are welcome and we ensure safe double
             riding for couples and families. We provide a current model, fully automatic ATV,
             safety equipment, full instruction, expert guides and lunch. Killaloe


             Traveling the 401

             Ontario Tourist Information
             www.ontariotravel.net
             1-800-ONTARIO

             Brockville:

             Brockville:
             1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises
             613-345-7333 or 1-800-353-3157
             www.1000islandscruises.com
             Sightseeing tours and dinner cruises in the 1000 Islands.
             Blockhouse Island, Brockville

             Brockville Ghost Walks
             613-498-3005
             www.heritagefdn.on.ca
             Every Friday night from July 4 through September 5, at Fulford Place at 8:30 p.m.

             Gananoque to Brockville:




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             Gananoque:
             Thousand Islands Parkway & Bicycle Path
             www.gananoque.com/bikepath
             A 37 km. trail parallel to the 1000 Islands Parkway.
             Gananoque to Brockville

             Kingston:
             Kingston Tourist Information
             tourism.kingstoncanada.com

             1000 Island Cruises
             613-549-5544
             www.1000islandscruises.on.ca
             Sightseeing, lunch, dinner, and sunset cruises.
             Kingston

             Bellevue House
             613-545-8666
             The restored home of Sir John A. MacDonald, the Father of Confederation.
             35 Centre St., Kingston

             Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area
             613-546-4228
             www.cataraquiregion.on.ca
             Family activities including nature camp, trails and picnic areas
             Division St., Kingston

             Marine Museum of The Great Lakes
             613-542-2261
             Models and underwater artifacts of the history of the Great Lakes.
             55 Ontario St., Kingston

             Miller Museum of Geology & Mineralogy
             613-533-6767
             Minerals from around the world plus local fossils and geology exhibits.
             36 Union St., Kingston


             Napanee:
             Hell Holes Caves & Ravines
             613-388-2284
             Self-guided tours on marked trails through the caves, mini-golf, picnic areas.
             North of Hwy 401 on County Road 41

             Ameliasburgh:
             Ameliasburgh Historical Museum & Pioneer Village




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             613-968-9678
             www.pecounty.on.ca/museums.html
             Special traveling exhibit: “Child’s Play, A Century of Toys, 1850s-1950s!” June 30-
             August 26. Vintage toys, in addition to hands-on games and activities! Fun for the young
             and the “young-at-heart.” Location: 517 County Road 19, Ameliasburgh (Prince Edward
             County.)


             Land ‘o Lakes Tourist Association
             1-800-840-4445
             www.lol.on.ca

             Toronto Area

             Toronto Tourist Information
             1-800-363-1990
             www.toronto.ca

             Black Creek Pioneer Village
             416-736-1733
             www.blackcreek.ca
             Where history comes to life!
             1000 Murray Ross Parkway

             Casa Loma
             416-923-1171
             www.casaloma.org
             Explore a real 98 room castle.
             1 Austin Terrace

             Centreville Amusement Park
             416-203-0405
             www.centreisland.ca
             Over 30 rides and attractions on the Toronto islands.
             Centre Island

             CN Tower
             416-868-6937
             www.cntower.ca
             The world’s tallest building – and spectacular view!
             301 Front Street W.

             Fort York
             416-392-6907
             Explore this historic fort and enjoy musket, drill and music demonstrations.
             100 Garrison Road




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             Great Lakes Schooner Company
             416-203-2322
             www.greatlakesschooner.com
             A rare opportunity to sail aboard a 165 ft. 3-masted schooner.
             Queen’s Quay & Lower Simcoe St.

             Hockey Hall of Fame
             416-360-7765
             www.hhof.com
             For hockey fans of all ages.
             30 Yonge Street

             Nascar Speedpark
             905-669-7370
             www.nascarspeedpark.com
             Home of full-throttle fun for the whole family!
             1 Bass Pro Mills Drive, Vaughan

             Ontario Place
             416-314-9900
             www.ontarioplace.com
             Toronto’s family waterfront playground – don’t miss Soak City waterpark!
             955 Lake Shore Blvd. W.

             Paramount Canada’s Wonderland
             905-832-8131
             www.canadaswonderland.com
             Canada’s premier theme park – over 200 attractions.
             9580 Jane St., Vaughn

             Playdium Entertainment
             905-273-9000
             www.playdium.com
             An 11-acre indoor/outdoor playground with over 200 interactive attractions.
             99 Rathburn Road W.

             Riverdale Farm
             416-961-8787
             www.friendsofriverdalefarm.com
             Visit horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, plus daily milking demonstrations.
             201 Winchester Street

             Toronto Zoo
             416-392-5900
             www.torontozoo.com




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             Daily animal demonstrations and Zookeeper talks.
             Meadowvale Road, Scarborough

             Wildwater Kingdom
             416-369-9453
             www.wildwaterkingdom.com
             Tidal wave pools, tube slides, Dolphin’s Bay, plus Wild Water Wall.
             7855 Finch Ave., Brampton

             Toronto Museums & Galleries

             Art Gallery of Ontario
             416-979-6648
             www.ago.net
             The largest art museum in Toronto.
             317 Dundas Street W.

             CBC Museum
             416-205-5574
             www.cbc.ca/museum
             Experience first-hand the history of Canadian broadcasting, plus see sets from Mr. Dress
             Up and The Friendly Giant shows.
             250 Front St. W.

             Franklin Carmichael Art Centre
             416-740-6520
             Set on the beautiful estate of the Group of Seven contemporary.
             34 Riverdale Ave.

             Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
             416-395-7430
             Exhibits promote innovative art by Canadian artists.
             952 Queen Street W.

             Ontario Science Centre
             416-696-1000
             www.ontariosciencecentre.ca
             Numerous interactive exhibitions, IMAX films, and science demonstrations.
             770 Don Mills Road

             Royal Ontario Museum
             416-586-8000
             www.rom.on.ca
             Canada’s largest museum of culture and history.
             100 Queen’s Park




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             Toronto Aerospace Museum
             416-638-6078
             http://torontoaerospacemuseum.com
             Artifacts and full-size aircraft follow the history and development of aviation and
             aerospace in Canada.
             65 Carl Hill Road


             Traveling the 401

             Cambridge:
             African Lion Safari
             1-800-461-WILD
             www.lionsafari.com
             See thousands of exotic animals in a drive-through wildlife park.
             Between Hwy 6 & 8, south of Cambridge

             Wings of Paradise Butterfly Conservatory
             519-653-1234
             www.wingsofparadise.com
             Tropical butterfly conservatory and insect museum.
             2500 Kossuth Road, Cambridge

             Bowmanville:
             Bowmanville Zoo
             905-623-5655
             www.bowmanvillezoo.com
             42 acres of untamed parkland, featuring elephant rides, lion feedings, and dynamic
             Anima Theatre.
             340 King St. E., Bowmanville

             Orangeville:
             Island Lake Conservation Area
             519-941-6329
             Outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, fishing, canoeing.
             Hurontario St., Orangeville


             Burlington:
             Royal Botanical Gardens
             905-527-1158
             www.rbg.ca
             30 km. of walking trails through lush gardens.
             Plains Rd. W., Burlington

             Hamilton:




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             Adventure Village
             905-549-9444
             www.adventurevillage.ca
             Mini-golf, batting cages, bumper cars, arcade games, rock climbing.
             580 Van Wagners Beach Rd., Hamilton

             Canadian Football Hall of Fame & Museum
             905-528-7566
             www.footballhof.com
             The history of Canadian football for all ages of fans.
             58 Jackson St. W., Hamilton

             Canadian Warplane Museum
             905-679-4183
             www.warplane.com
             View over 40 vintage aircraft in interactive displays.
             Airport Rd., Mount Hope

             Children’s Museum
             905-546-4848
             Hands-on learning centre for kids ages 2-10.
             1072 Main St. E., Hamilton

             Dundurn Castle
             905-546-2872
             Costumed interpreters bring the 19th century to life.
             610 York Blvd., Hamilton

             Museum of Steam & Technology
             905-546-4797
             Contains the oldest surviving steam engines in Canada.
             900 Woodward Ave., Hamilton

             Niagara Falls:

             Niagara Falls Tourist Information
             1-800-56-FALLS
             www.niagarafallstourism.com

             Aquarium of Niagara
             716-285-3575
             www.aquariumofniagara.org
             A close-up of aquatic life, check scheduled times to feed the seals.
             701 Whirlpool Street

             Criminals Hall of Fame Wax Museum




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             905-374-3011
             Famous and infamous criminals from history.
             5751 Victoria Avenue

             Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
             1-800-263-7135
             2.5 million litres of rides, slides, and wet family fun!
             5685 Falls Avenue

             Guinness Museum of World Records
             1-800-668-8840
             www.guinnessniagarafalls.com
             See the pinnacle of human accomplishments in all areas.
             4943 Clifton Hill

             IMAX Theatre – Niagara Falls
             905-358-3611
             www.imaxniagara.com
             Check schedules for times and presentations.
             6170 Fallsview Blvd.

             Maid of the Mist Steamboat Company
             905-358-5781
             www.maidofthemist.com
             View the falls by boat for a thrilling close-up view.
             5920 River Road, Niagara Falls

             Marineland
             905-356-9565
             www.marinelandcanada.com
             See performing dolphins, walruses and sea lions.
             7657 Portage Road, Niagara Falls

             Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
             1-877-642-7275
             www.niagaraparks.com
             Numerous species of butterflies floating majestically through the flowers.
             2656 Niagara River Parkway

             Ripley’s Believe It Or Not
             905-356-2238
             www.ripleysniagara.com
             Weird facts, strange people, bizarre world records.
             4960 Clifton Hill

             Skylon Tower & Fun Centre




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             1-800-814-9577
             www.skylon.com
             Falls observation decks plus indoor amusement centre including a 4D motion theatre.
             5200 Robinson Street

             Gatineau

             Outaouais Tourist Information
             819-778-2222
             www.outaouaistourism.com

             Camp Fortune Ski and Aerial Experience
             819-827-1717
             www.campfortune.com
             Fortune Aerial Experience is an exhilarating tree-top activity featuring suspended
             walkways, monkey bridges, zip lines and more. May to October.
             300 Dunlop Road, Chelsea, QC

             Gatineau Park
             819-827-2020
             90 kms of trails for biking and hiking.
             Gatineau Parkway

             Gatineau Museums & Galleries

             Canadian Children’s Museum
             1-800-555-5621
             www.civilization.ca
             100 Laurier Street, Gatineau. This summer, grab your toolbox and visit Bob the
             Builder’s workshop at the Canadian Children’s Museum. Kids will love this exciting
             world of hands-on discovery.

             Canadian Museum of Civilization
             1-800-555-5621
             www.civilization.ca
             100 Laurier Street, Gatineau. Explore 1,000 years of Canadian history, meet some of
             Canada’s most remarkable figures and take in the world’s largest indoor collection of
             totem poles. The Museum also features outstanding international exhibitions and is home
             to the Children’s Museum, the Postal Museum and an IMAX® Theatre.

             Canadian Museum of Civilization’s IMAX® Theatre
             1-800-555-5621
             www.civilization.ca/imax
             100 Laurier St., Gatineau. Experience the IMAX Dome as you explore into the deepest
             depths of the prehistoric ocean in National Geographic’s Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric




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             Adventure and witness the massive South African sardine migration and the struggle for
             survival in Wild Ocean.


             West Quebec

             Forêt de l’Aigle
             819-449-7111
             www.cgfa.ca
             140 square km. of outdoor activities year-round.
             Maniwaki

             PPJ Cycloparc
             1-800-665-5217
             http://cycloparcppj.org
             Cycle through Pontiac County between the shores of the Ottawa River and the hills of the
             Laurentian Shield along our 90 km bicycle path.
             602 Route 301, Campbells Bay, QC

             Rafting on the Rouge River
             1-888-285-1676
             Enjoy a full day of activity on the river – prepare to get wet!
             Near Calumet, QC

             Laurentians

             Laurentians Tourist Information
             1-800-561-6673
             www.laurentians.com

             Alpine Luge Tremblant
             1-819-681-3000 x 46375
             www.northskyluge.com
             A fun-filled gravity ride on a 3-wheel cart.
             Mont Tremblant, QC

             Au Pays des Merveilles
             450-229-3141
             www.paysmerveilles.com
             Fairytale theme park with more than 30 activities for ages 2 to 9.
             3795, de la Savane, Saint-Adèle, QC

             Le Village du Père Noël
             1-800-287-NOEL
             www.noel.qc.ca
             A full range of fun activities at Santa’s Village.




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             987 rue Morin, Val-David, QC

             Les Circuits Val-Va
             1-888-929-4133
             www.lescircuitsval-va.com
             An exciting array of go-karts, and family friendly amusement park.
             5285, boul. Labelle, Val-Morin, QC

             Mont Tremblant Tourist Information
             1-888-738-1777
             www.tremblant.ca
             Mont Tremblant resort features concerts, parades, buskers, street magicians, stargazing,
             mountain biking, climbing tower, hiking, mini-golf, water sports and more!

             Panoramic Gondola
             1-888-857-8001
             www.tremblant.ca
             Travel to the top of the highest peak in the Laurentians. While at the summit, take in the
             Birds of Prey demonstration.
             Mont Tremblant, QC

             Montreal Region

             Montreal Tourist Information
             1-877-BONJOUR
             www.tourisme-montreal.org

             Fort Chambly National Historic Site
             450-658-1585
             A number of thematic exhibitions and tours offer insight into the early French regime.
             2 de Richelieu Street, Chambly

             Granby Zoo & Amazoo Water Park
             450-372-9113
             www.zoodegranby.com
             Over 1,000 animals showcased in daily presentations. Enjoy the heated wave pool at
             Amazoo water park.
             525 Saint-Hubert St., Granby, QC

             La Ronde Amusement Park
             514-397-2000
             www.laronde.com
             This large amusement park offers more than 40 rides and attractions.
             Ile Sainte-Hélène

             Parc Safari




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             450-247-2727
             www.parcsafari.com
             Drive through the wildlife reserve, or wander through animal and insect exhibits.
             850 Route 202, Hwy 15 South

             Space Science Centre / Laval Cosmodome
             450-978-3600
             www.cosmodome.org
             Discover the history of space exploration and participate in a real astronaut training
             session.
             2150 autoroute des Laurentides, Laval


             Montreal Museums & Galleries

             Biodôme de Montréal
             514-868-3000
             www.museumsnature.ca
             Experienced biologists will guide you through the four finest ecosystems of the
             Americas.
             4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave.

             Exporail – Canadian Railway Museum
             450-632-2410
             www.exporail.org
             Features a collection of more than 160 railway cars, or take a ride on a miniature train.
             110 Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

             Insectarium
             514-872-1400
             www.museumsnature.ca
             This Montreal nature museum invites you to discover the fascinating world of insects.
             4581 Sherbrooke St. E.

             McCord Museum of Canadian History
             514-398-7100
             www.mccord-museum.qc.ca
             A wonderful way to learn about history and meet other parents while having fun with
             your children.
             690, rue sherbrooke Ouest

             Montreal Botanical Gardens
             514-872-1400
             www.museumsnature.ca
             Celebrating 75 years of the colours and fragrances of the world in 30 exquisite gardens.
             4101 Sherbrooke St. E.




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             Montreal Planetarium
             514-872-4530
             www.planetarium.montreal.qc.ca
             Star gazers of all ages can explore the splendor of the universe under the vast dome.
             1000 St. Jacques St. (Science Museum)

             Montreal Science Centre
             514-496-4724
             www.montrealsciencecentre.com
             Ongoing exhibits, featuring Imagine!, idTV, Mission Gaia and Science 26.
             Corner of St. Laurent Blvd. and de la Commune St.




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